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Weather For Saturday and Sunday Forecast to Bring Several Chances of Snow to the Central and Eastern US

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The latest Central and Eastern US storm system to bring wintry weather will move down from the Rocky Mountain region beginning on Thursday, bringing the chance of a fresh accumulation of snow to cities such as Kansas City, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C. The weather for Saturday and Sunday will continue to bring impacts.

Here is what you need to know about the upcoming weather maker.

Central and Eastern US Storm Pattern Will Continue to End the Week

After a long period of largely docile weather, storms are firing up across the central and eastern portions of the U.S. this week. The late week storm is forecast to hit some areas that may have been spared the impacts of the early week system.

The upcoming duo of storms will come in two waves with the second of the two storms to expected to move farther to the south than its predecessor, ushering in the threat of wintry precipitation to a large portion of the central Plains beginning Thursday and into the mid-Atlantic coast by weather for Saturday.

The initial storm will push across the Upper Midwest and into the Northeast throughout the day Thursday. Cities in the line of snow storm: Minneapolis, Milwaukee, and Syracuse.

This Alberta clipper storm will fuel the advancing second storm by providing more cold air to work with in the coming days. This cold air will make it likely that the second system is able to track farther to the south and impact Ohio Valley weather.


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